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Staybridge Suites by Holiday Inn Miami International Airport
3651 NW 25th Street, Miami, Florida, 33142 United States
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A day at the Miami International Airport doesn't have to be stressful. Use our Park Sleep Fly packages to assure enough sleep the night before your next trip. Choose one of our hotels near the MIA Airport, make a reservation, park in the hotel's parking lot (for up to 15 days), and enjoy a relaxing sleep for the night. The next morning, your free transport awaits to drive you to the Miami Airport. Upon your return, the free transport will drive you back to your vehicle in the hotel's parking lot. For a happier, less stressful trip, use one of our packages.
PARKING ONLY OPTIONS
Take the stress out of traveling by reserving a parking space at an off-airport lot before you fly. On-airport parking lots can be difficult to navigate because of how busy they get, which makes it tough to find a space, and it costs more to park there. Here on AirportParkingReservations.com, you can read reviews, compare rates, and check availability for all our parking lot partners. Our partners have parking lots at MIA and all over the country, and any reservation with us is 100-percent guaranteed. Getting to the airport isn’t a problem, either, as all the locations have free shuttles going to and from the airport.
MIAMI AIRPORT INFO
Miami International Airport is located 8 miles northwest of downtown Miami, near exits off Florida State Highways 136 and 112. There are parking garages available next to all of the terminals, and the MIA Mover shuttle connects the airport to the Miami Intermodal Center. Passengers can rent cars or board trains at this brand new facility.
Miami International is a major hub for international air traffic between Latin American, North America, and Europe. It is also a hub for domestic American Eagle flights. All of this activity makes Miami International the 10th busiest airport in the US. The airport has are three expansive terminals that are spread out in a semi-circle, so flyers should know their gate when they get to the airport. The largest concourses have new people mover systems, so very long walks are no longer necessary here.